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Allm (Japan) and Pulsara (US) are the Leading Player in the Urgent Care Apps Market


Allm (Japan), Pulsara (US), Vocera Communications (US), PatientSafe (US), TigerConnect (US), Voalte (US), Twiage (US), and Siilo (Netherlands) are the leading players in the urgent care apps market. The companies are mainly focusing on agreements, collaborations, partnerships, and product launches & enhancements to maintain and enhance their presence in the market.

Allm is a leading player in the urgent care apps market for pre-hospital or emergency service apps and acute care communication & collaboration apps. The company has a strong presence in developed and developing countries. Since 2001, the company has moved its headquarters five times to accommodate its expanding business. Internationally, the company has offices in Brazil, Chile, the US, Germany, South Korea, and Taiwan. Allm is focusing on expanding and strengthening its business through various modes of collaborations and partnerships. The company has collaborated with various market leaders in the healthcare industry to expand its presence in the market. In addition, the company’s strategic business partnerships with leading companies, such as Siemens (Germany), Boehringer Ingelheim (Germany), Philips (Netherlands), Medtronic (Ireland), and Apple (US) will help it to capture a larger market in major revenue generating regions, such as the US, Germany, and Brazil

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Pulsara is one of the leading players in the US market. The company provides mobile communication platforms for in-hospital and EMS providers and helps in securing communications between healthcare professionals. The Pulsara app helps paramedics to notify the hospital of critical patient information and enables healthcare professionals to prepare cath labs in advance before a patient reaches the ED. The app also monitors and calculates in-time and procedure time, while documenting every procedure and test performed. The company focuses on product enhancements to strengthen its position in this market. From 2015 to 2018, it launched at least 19 updates for its app to equip it with advanced features. The company also received recognition and awards from different organizations for the app in the last three years. For instance, the Journal of Emergency Medical Services in February 2018 announced Pulsara’s version 7.0 as a “Hot Product” that can change the way EMS works.

Vocera Communications is one of the key market players providing clinical communication solutions for smartphones. The company provides its solutions to approximately 1,500 healthcare facilities, including large hospital systems, small and medium-sized local hospitals, and various clinics, surgery centers, and geriatric-care facilities. The company has a strong presence globally, especially in Canada, the UK, and Australia, which helps Vocera sustain a large and loyal customer base. The company focuses on investing in research and development. For instance, in 2017, the company invested USD 27.7 million in R&D activities, which is 17.1% of its total revenue in the same year. This is a 51.6% increase in R&D investment compared to 2016. Vocera also focuses on inorganic growth strategies, such as collaborations and acquisitions. For instance, in 2015, the company acquired Extension Healthcare, a developer of clinical, event-driven communication, and workflow collaboration software, which helped to strengthen its position in the market.

PatientSafe Solutions is a reputed provider of clinical communication and workflow management apps. The company mainly focuses on product enhancements and collaborations to compete with other market players. The company has also bagged several awards in the recent years that helped PatientSafe to position itself as a reputed organization in this space. For instance, in November 2017, the company was recognized as one of the ten best tech startups by the Tech Tribune. Similarly, in September 2017, the company also closed the funding of USD 25 million HighBar Partners, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Camden Partners, Psilos Group, and TPG. This helped the company to further invest in R&D activities to enhance its solutions to address the unmet needs of its customers. Furthermore, its technological partnership with technological giants, such as Apple (US) and Cisco (US) also help the company in developing and implementing advanced applications.

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